In 2013, enterprises got real about cloud computing. In 2014,we will integrate it into our existing IT portfolios -- whether IT likes it or not. See Forrester's 10 predictions for cloud computing.
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At this time 12 months ago, Forrester released our predictions for what changes in the market would be brought about by the maturing of cloud computing. Looking back on the year, we can now see that, while the promise of a maturing market was strong, maturity was by no means uniform and thus our predictions proved to be a mixed bag.
Forrester’s workforce survey reveals that 37% of information workers who have smartphones say they use voice command at least occasionally. But, Forrester's J.P. Gownder argues that voice control itself isn’t the main story. Rather, it’s about the new breed of data-rich intelligence – which we call intelligent agents – that will bring voice control to the masses.
Businesses are forced to operate at a new pace as they contend with informed customers, smart competitors, and employees who choose to use their own technology for work. These trends change how firms use information technology: to be smarter, more secure, and above all nimble.
The data from Forrester's new report on the state of adoption of Office 2013 and productivity suite alternatives reveals some key takeaways.
Firms are responding to changes in consumer attitudes by implementing systems of engagement. Such systems need to understand mobile user behavior in real-time at a very high level of detail, and guess who is sitting on piles and piles of this? Telecom CSPs.
In what ways is AT&T taking a fresh approach to big data business intelligence?
Today's Surface generation 2 announcements demonstrate that Microsoft remains firmly committed to the hardware business for tablets and PCs.
While big data technologies like Hadoop can deal with over-hyped new data like mobile and social, the broad demand is simply not there yet. Instead, the big deal about big data is the potential for getting more value more quickly from more data, at a lower cost and with greater agility.
What do a new iOS and iPhones mean for businesses?